A few other specs to wet your whistle includes a Qualcomm SnapDragon 2100 Wear Processor built specifically for low power accessories. How about a 450 mAh battery? We’ll really need to see if that’ll hold up to the thirst of an LTE radio. Then there’s the 768 MB of RAM and 4GB of storage memory. Not too bad really, considering you’re not playing any games or doing any majorly intense processing.
And out of nowhere, Verizon enters the wearable ballgame in 2017 with the release of the Wear24 smartwatch. Brought to us from an unknown manufacturer, the Wear24 smartwatch released in May 2017 and is packed with Android 2.0 goodness.
With three colors to choose from (Stainless Steel, Gunmetal Gray, and Rose Gold), the Wear24 theoretically should have the design to bring a personal touch to your daily decor. Since it includes an LTE radio and sim card capabilities, the Wear24 will become a true extension of your smartphone aside from just the occasional notification.
What really has me curious is the price tag, and whether or not it’ll be worth it? $299 with a 2 year contract or $349 without a contract (full retail).
Take a peek at the unboxing of the Verizon Wear24 smartwatch, and then drop a comment below and tell me what your initial impressions are.